At Lunaris Review, we hold the belief that although stardust are kindred of the Sun and just as resplendent in brilliance, they never appear in her company. It is this ideology that drives us further in our aim always to deliver fresh ingenious works, unparalleled in comparison to every previous issue – works that bear the signatures of adept and creative contributors from various geographical settings.
Contained in this second issue are priceless pieces like “Coin” Tolulope Oke considers as the most ‘disturbing’ to read; Michael Flynn’s “At last I, You” Adedamola Adefolahan describes as ‘a blend of twists and turns in the maze of metaphors’; “Emptiness” by Ajise Vincent, which Arhin Tsiwah professes ‘gave birth to an African forgiving love-heart’. The staggering way in which these works seem to explode and implode in symmetry rests majorly in the way they commend themselves to us as a giant whole.
Given that we have gone up a few notches with this mélange of exquisite read, we have decided to make your journey with us easier by adding few aces to our sleeves. We had our website redesigned with a better interface; this should allow easier access from any internet enabled device and smooth surfing of contents. More so, we are happy to have on board an Art/Photography Editor, Artist Carol Brown, whose vastness in the Creative Arts is sure to be of added advantage.
Since as custodians of Art we are better positioned to enlighten one another, we asked our various contributors – both for this issue and the previous, to submit their takes (quotes) on certain themes that border on life. This is our way of believing and sharing creativity in the togetherness knowledge requires. This is the Lunaris Review way.
Do have a pleasant read.
Co-founding Editor, Lunaris Review